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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta * Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 31S 6th 8tr S. Phon�JS45 � E^lton Phonograph*. The New' Edison and the. Amberola. Full range of Records^ Sauerkraut X^y Some We Know How to Make It DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HOTELtWIN �UROPEAN PUAN ' MEAl.� �^r6M #.00 A.M. TO .00 P-NI. �| New Methodist Hymnals We have a complete assortment of these from the low price cloth cover to the limp leather, silk sewn, India paper book. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^^tt4^s9r Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 Fn�h|tlipinent North West |iscults, dim BIG TRACTOR SCHOOL N PROGRESS IN CITY I. H. C. Has 200 in Attendance-Larg-X_^.^''e�t Ever Held in Canada That the .small gas tractor capable of drnwing two. three or tour ploughs, 3S tine to wield an enormous Influence in Sbuthern Alebrtn's campaign for greater food production is amplj' evidenced) by a visit to the second tractor school now in progress under the direction of the International Harvester Co. at 'their building here. A Herald anan paid a visit to the school yesterday afternoon and found 220 pupils l-egistered'and 11)7 in actual attendance AL the class at that time. Young men �nxlous to learn the science of gas tractloneering are here from all parts of the south, from the boundary to Vulcan and from B6w Island to Cowley. "It is the largest school e^ver held in Canada, easily breaking the record formerly held by Regina. and 1 am hot sure that It does not break our r. S. record." said Instructor .Mc.Ma-kln to. the Herald. "The men are all anxious to learn all there is to know and we are giviug them a practical course with enough theory to help them solve their troiibles when they arc fifty miles from an. e.xpert." Assisting -Mr. McMakin are Messrs. Carrol and O'Sulllvan. The class will continue- until Saturday noon. The whole class is to be entertained by the I.H.C. tonight. Jlr. Spooner, manager of the I.H.C. here, is greatly pleased with, the school- and the interest being shown and believes it marks a new epoch in farming in this fertile portion of the Empire. Dance and Whist Drive Under Auspicfes of the G. W. V. A. Vetcrans'Hall, February llth At this dance the drawing for the Piano recently raffled will take place. THIS WILL BE THE LAST DANCE BEFORE THE LENTEN SEASON. Admission - 75 cents THIS IS THE ONLY* BISCUIT MADE iKTCANADA THAT WE KNOW OF. THAT WAS NOT AOVANC-ED IM PRICE BY THE MANUFACTURERS ABOUT A WEEK OR 80 AGO. BESIDES BEING MANUFACTURED IN ALBERTA THEY ARE CONSIDERED ONE OF THE 8.fe8T QUALITY MADE IN THE 35c .J d6 MINION. FAMILY SObAS. Larfle packets. "lA^ Per packag* .................-�. JwC SOM MOR BISCUITS. Salted or plain, ^-t j- Per package ................ *3C OYSTER CRACKERS. In bulk. 9A|j||-; Per, tin ____....'............. ........ 3vC SODAS, In wooden boxesicontalnlng about 13 and .20 Ibt. each. Sold by the caie only. 17C ..........75c Per pound HIGH-CLASS GROCERS : THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 AVinni()eg. Feb. G. >-Business was very quiet in the cash grain markets today, owing principally to the lightness of the offerings. -The deniand for cash oa,ts was good, but offerings werr^ few, particularly of the better grades. Spreads were unchanged. Cash barley was weak today following the future market, which htter a strong opening broke 2 cents. Spreads on numbers '3 and 4 grades were i^c wider. Cash,flax market was quiet and unchanged. Oat futures closed ViP lowerfor May and \ic for ,luly.' _ Barley closed Ic Iqwer for JIay.* Flax closed i>ic higher for J.I ay. Winnipeg Market Oats-Old Contract: Open May............. -  New Contract: May......... July......... Barley-May ......... Flax- , Jlay.......... ST 85 "i 331 C. W. Feed.. Be prepared for the coming industrial'development of Canada. * Technical Hand Books for the Practical Worker Steam Modern Steam Engineering- (Hiscox). i Gas The Modern Gas Tractor.- (Page). Gasoline Engines, How to Run and Install-(Page). Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopaedia-(Dyke). How to Run An Automobile-(Page). Kerosene Power and the PI9W.-Ellison and Rnmeley). Automobile Charts � Carburetion- Ignition- Cooling and Lubrication- , Chassi*- The Rev. IrlR. Hicks'Ahnanac ' Books on Any Subject,We Will Get for You. Phone, AVire or Mail, The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" �614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Caeh Price* Oafs-^ No-. 2 C. W. 89^i XO.T. Extra Number 1 Feed .. No, 1 Feed. ..80% No. 2 Barley- No. 3 ......l.i!> Rejected and feed Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................ No. 2 C. W. 323 VJ -Vo. 3 C. W, No. 4 Close SS% 84-s 162Vi 332 84% S3% .77% .154 ,130 .327 306 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Feb. G.-Liivestock offerings at the Union stock yards today were 350 cattle and .1,781 hogs. Cattle and hog markets steady, stockers and milch cow trade dull. .Butcher steers $7.00 to $12.00;: helt-��rs $7.00 to $10.50; cows $4.50 to $9.2.'.; bulls $5.50 to $8.75; oxen $5.00 to |9.00;-stockers and feeders $7.00 to $9,50; calves $6.50 to $11:50. Hogs, selects $1S.00; heavies $13.50 to $14.-K; sows $12.00 to $13.00; lights $13.00 to,$14.50. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Feb. i.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 146%; U. S. Steel 94%: V. S. Steel preferred 110V4. CALGARY LIV^ESTOCK Calgary, Feb. 0.-Hogs are held for $18.25 and 40 choice steers are held for $11.25. Qaltle sold for 10c today. Receipts we're seven cars cattle and three cars hogs. , ANNOUNCEMENTS The ladies' aid of vSt;, Patrick's church will liold a social" evisnlrig in the Conservatory .of - Music hall on Monday jsvening, Feb. llth, .Cards will commence promptly at 8.30.' We Make Chimney Tops and extensioDB of all shapes and 8in^ play "The Busy Ladles' Aifl" sei||'e a "M3n's Supper" . tod : uhwUtlnKly help the ladies in prbcurlng- the. new pianp seen at the; United chuvch in the play "Tha Busy .)[jjnnea'. Aid." The "I Told' You So's" as/seen in the play the "Busy Ladles'Aid" at the United Church �win.'we f�iel 8ure,;ihake all pessimists gee thettaelyee as otherx see them and will ho dpubt.make :all such entei- radre wllUngly-Mnto , the schemes of the rest Conle and see it, waiters..  ^:. . ;v:'*:;' m m V'l Superior Supply jQq Snil Ave. S. and 13th Street rMININQ. BUILDING & RAILWAY BUpPLISS d EQUIPMENT j'qOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM iMPLEMENT* CANQ PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH-  BUGGIES V  MENT8. ^ ^DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS^ BlfJD.-rR ENQIIIEt 'RH0NE'172S-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR ,.f'. AT THE 8ANIT^AR*iiH0P WESTBRO0i|iftOS.i * Opposite Bank 'of ivMehtraal Make.It^an 'ap'iSuiiiiiduiyv^^^ yourselves ia have i'o\iv> onUd-  rent's photo takep.i.'Xpu-.will' l?o creating^ abldii)g: ple^anures tor. your \^AKte''yw%i'%l'i'-V\^'' i !  OOB Third �Av�k�Pr*lPijdn�'^1471': Cure Corn ^ You can get rid of your corns in a few days-and bie entiigely free' from corns in the future-^^if you'll use our Howard's �orn Cure C][ It is a harmless preparation, but it. removes the corn every time. > *1T You can wear ypur shoes jl and keep about your duties while the is loosening the corns. . . Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug an^ Book Co. , Phone 555 !:X:iTY AND DISTRICT Macleod Prissbytery The Macleod Presbytery will meet here on February .19th and 20th. L. O. B. A. Meeting The L. O. B. A. will hold their usual nieeting In the Mooso hall on Thursday at S p.m. (s Wounded Corp. J. W. Davis, .whose home Is at Spokane, and who enlisted here, is reported as being wounded. Board Trade Council "The Board'of Trade will hold its first council meeting of the year at the board room.s Tuesday "after noon at four o'clock. New Shipment of To Hand Union Prayer Meeting The union prayer meeting will be held in Wesley Hall this cvenlnp. Leader, Rev. C. E. Cragg an^ the address will be ' given by Rev. \V. K. Burns! Theaeindude: 25-#/WincIi^ster 32 Wiiichest^r Savage RIFLES asiyou no doubt know are hard to get at the present time and this little iojl will be picked' up in a hurry. Better look them over: Consumers Hardware Company I. � Keep Yoif Hair Soft aflitlustnius If it tends ty%e^littrsh, kry or brittle-it it falls out or Is full of .dandruff-Sdu � cun eaHiiy overcome the difficulty by . slrf'ple hohic trcatiuent. , . To keep your hair and scalp clean and Iieaithy shampoo once a week witli Rexair'93'.'Shampoo > Paste and twice, a day apply Rexall "93" Hair Tonit Rub the hair tonic into thn scalp thorouKhly.' AVatch your hair improve. Shampoo Pafste 25 cents ... Hair Tonic 50 cents and $1.66% SOLD ONLY AT J. Higiabolham & Co ' Limited > ��' " - OF C:f I IN TWO WEi' TRIP pan.vfs books and record8?":asked Mr. ^ Tllloy.  � y "We had to rely liiore. on the company's records than if wo had raadn^ -our valuation entltfety by ourselves," ropllud Prof. Swain.. , The witness was quite pi'epared 10 say tliat the dpproqiatlou on the C. N. R. would not'be twice the' forty millions allowed tor'In his report. The Stomt "Alberta's Pionter OrugoUta'* Wholesale and Ratall Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 822 v . (fc-Euneral Gabriel Ford 'The-funeral of Gabriel R. Ford will take *pliice from Fetterly'.s, parlors Thursday attgrnoou at 2.30 in charge of Rev. A. E. Snow.' Interment in,St. Auguatln'.s cemetery. New Grill Opens The Silver Grill, -a now all-white reslaurnnt,'opened Its doors tor business this morning. The new restaurant is.^located In the corner formerly occupied by the Uoyr Hardware Co. Entertaining Tractor School The I. H. C. tractor school will take possession jjf the Starland theatre tonight. Two hundred strong, the attendants at the school wlill meet at the post office at 1>.40, and march to the theatre. The company is entertaining'the boys. Greek Arrested Harry Jlichas, a local Greejt, proprietor of the Alexandra ConfectioTi-ory, was arrested this afternoon by the R. N. W. M. P. here for failing to' register under the Military Service Act. He will be turned over to the military authorities at iCnlgary.' STRICT PRIORIHf ON LIEI Pi'or. Swain Mstkcs Admission -Has'Peculiar Theory on ij|epreciation Ton! to, freb/6.-W. N. Tllley, chief ' KdmoiUon, l-'ob. .�,-.-A deimtalion of �n,. ,,i �, fC ,,,,,,, , ,,, J labor men, headed by Aid. .1. A. Ken-counsel for. fte Do,minIon, in the ,ey, representing the Alberta J-'odorM-course of tho 0. N. R. arbitration fo- � �  -------- Saw First Robin Spring is hero. At. least that Is what the man who saw tho first robni ot the year told the Herald this morning.' A Herald employee spotted one on i3rd Ave. S. today, but Mr. Porter .reports 'having seen one last Sunday. [Th|8 may be.a sjgn of decreasing gas and 'copl bills for the present month. Taking Him Back .Sherit;� Davis of: Cutbank, Montana, was in the city yesterday to Identity , and take back with him Lafe Allison, {wanted for higliway robbery in Moi tana. Allison was arrested by the A. P.  P. here on a description. They went back this morning. It was Shrift DaVis who arrested Carl Cattell at Cutbank. Allison waived extradition day took up the exatninatlon ot Prot. Swain, author ot the valuation oV $397,000,000 upon Avliich the Drayton-Acworth commission, acted. Mr. Tllley learned from hlni tli^t his personal knowledge of tho O,' N, R. w;i8 derived from a two woeli'"a trip to/the coast and back In the company of railway officials on a special train. Part ot that time was devotodio tho G. t, r. On the resumptldh of the examination at-tho, qfternooh session Mr. Tllloy sought to secure from.the wltnesn-how he would go about v.i'luiiig the road for a piirchagor and to sho.w that that was not the basis upon which his valuation was made.' Master, Qf, Qipiireciat^on Today at the sesgjo'n ot the lioard of Arbitration io asspsii the value of 600,000 shares'ot'theC. N. R., Mr. .Justice Harris, one' bt. .the members ot the board, asked for further light* on the matfer 'of "depreciation." He put Your Last Cha�ce to See "The Slacker.'' 3 Old Reliables Guardian Assiirance Co. . Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Sun Life ^ "Nothing Better in Insurance*' - W. A. LEVin xDistrlct Representative y Stafford Block ' Lethbrldge> tloii ot'Labor, waited on tiio premier, tho Hon. J. R. Doylo. minisierof education and Hon. C. W.. Cross, attorney general, this morning, and stroi^g^ly urged ti\o dnactment of'amundmonis to the mechanic!! lion act, espucj-.tlfy tliose giving wovlcmon Ht'riot priori 1.v. ot* Hons, and ex-tnudii>g the time In which a workmen's lien can be til oil. from 30 to iiO dh.vs.-The deputation voiced a 'strong protoat to tho employment, ot Oriental lnbor;''in-or arourid mlu.os. ' ' , some questions to he witness who re- iterated his vlews,ih^t there might be depreciation without ,loss of value. "I can't-accVpli'ltti'at view," said 4udge Hairla. ."Are you fanilliar with tho , valuation' bt tlta U.nion ' Pacific. Tlie're wan twenty-three or twopty-four ralUibn de^diicRiif |therp ^(or dap^ecla- Prof.'Swainv said his view was the accepted. one ot -niany irallway engineers. ,/'^,':-^^fh/ii vJLr m aiifwer tp a)i)a�tlbn8 from Mr. Tllley, Prof. 8waif('J,ajdmitted that-he )iad never pifeyioiiily. valued a Canadian railway a"iid*that�lhe tlipe allowed for his report on ,'tlie c; N. R. was' short,, �; ' ! The fiild; ^ol'k ,ipdcut)i0d only two and a li||lf jinijiAhB Jfroni the middle p( OctoborV tbJS.^nufary. For a proper valuatioujtllMi^ shopld be a whole year for field ".And resfiit was that you had on the com- The sensntional film drama, "The Slacker," will be shown at DiO Knt' press for tho last timo tonight. Those who have not seen this 7 act (eatur& should not raiss It. Also a good comedy Alice Howell *Iu "Her Bare-back Careci'," making a good show, for tho money.-AdvertlBefftent, to a gtei^jijxtei^ tp rely MANYBER3KIKS (From The ISnlerpj-lse") .  Died at Calgary, on Monday, .luu-uary U, 1!)1S, James Oscar Budd, be-iBvod son of Mr. and .Alrb. .Fraiik Budd, at. 2r years. James. Badd ha., lived tor the pasj. 6 .years In-Manyr berries and district. He' took elck'sbriio time last fall. He was taken'to the sanl'tariuhi In Calgary ;n . few months slripo where, after' a groat deill of siit-foring he quietly pus'sed away, on the 1-lth day of January. The. deceased leaves behind him' a'v/ltc, three bro- . thers, one sister a/mother and fatlir.'r togctl\er with a number ot friends to mourn his death, '.� ,^ At Manyherrles, AKa., on .Tu^day, January 29th, 1918, at the family residence four mile's northwest of town, > Mr, Josiah C. Miller died, in bis 78th year. The funeral takes place Saturday afternoon at 1; from the residence and will proceed to tho Presbyterian church, Mauybevrles, where the service will ,bo, condiictpd, thence- to I the' Afahyherrles' cometery, whore'' tho ' veidalns wjll bo laid to rest._ f To Prevent Th'e'GrIp -Colila cause Grlp-^LAXATIVB BRO-MO QUININIil Tablets remove tho cause. TheralB only one "Bromo Qulti-Ino." 13. W. OROVBS'S' signature pn bojc. 30c.  FOR SALE .lUTE'SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this week. F, O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridga 9 A LECTURE ,i Will be Givenvin ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL'. By WILLIAM WILLETS North Lethbridge � - �:. British Israel ; What Britain HM To Oo In Th* , Present War. Thurs., Ftbl5HaiV' 7rti' Elflht'Vdlockyp,m, ^ . Public .Invlttd' � u4g'3 �'iS;'i'J HAV FOR SALE , CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW; CAREFUL ATTaNTION TO ALL OflQfiRS.  PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. .. , ,, Saunders Hay & Grain .Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South' Telephone 732 COkO .'�^i^'-'i'Vivv!'� �ncwioANoaoTuiosv . . mi lltjfHl^RiD^ BREWINQ �MALTIN6 Ca ITO. LiTHBRIDfll^ i^BIIITA. 'N I tit:' WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT ''ypcvlf'rhari^Boustit, Sold,'R�nted and Repaired. All mafcei. .ChacktWrlti'ra, Envelope Sealera. Stamp Afftxera, Adding Maehlnoi.i li; ' . � . z'^: � : ,pfflc�xD�ikp,TypewrlterDi�ki, Vertical Filing , Cabinet!, Transfer (�a�� and Boxeai ^ .:' Legal Fbrma,- Loose Leaf Vyatems, Counter Check Books and \ Blank Booksiof all kinds. ,] A FljLL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. jBVERALL & FRANKS SirsljyOT.T BypCt^; COR.f qUWITH ^Vf. 4 BIPTH 8Xt ,8. PHONS 1107 mm'' 04 ;